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  • Thalia Allen

    Strawberry Basil Sangria Tastes Like Spring - Click for Recipe #strawberry #sangria #spring

  • Bridget Hindman

    Strawberry Basil Sangria: ½ lb strawberries, 1 apple, 1 oz whole basil leaves, 1 bottle Chardonnay, ½ c. sugar, 1 c. club soda, 1 c. white grape juice PERFECT SUMMER DRINK

  • Rocket Post

    Strawberry Basil Sangria #Food #Recipe

  • Pamela Seeley

    Strawberry Basil Sangria Recipe ½ lb of fresh strawberries 1 apple 1 ounce of fresh whole basil leaves 1 bottle of Cline Cellar's Cool Climate Chardonnay ½ cup organic sugar 1 cup of club soda 1 cup of white grape juice

  • Trista Hutchison

    Fun Recipes / Strawberry Basil Sangria!! This Picture Links Back To A Page With The Actual Recipe :) I Think I Have To Make It Tomorrow!

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